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Heath on defeat

Caretaker manager Adrian Heath was in resigned mood after what may have been his last game in charge of Coventry City at the weekend.

'It was a terrible start from us, we did not get out of the blocks and the game was lost within the first half hour,' he said after the 3-0 defeat.

'There were no tea cups thrown but there were a few harsh words in our dressing room at half-time when I said the usual things - that the players should play for their pride and win their individual battles.

'They did that in the second half but it is easy to do that when you are 3-0 down.'

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Writer: CCFC Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday February 18 2007

Time: 9:37AM

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it was over before we started I wonder if the breaking news about Dowie had an effect
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18/02/2007 10:05:00

If the players did want Heath to get the job then maybe so
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18/02/2007 11:08:00


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